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As many of you know, I live in Chicago. This week we are being hit by an arctic blast. As I write this, it is a whopping -18 degrees. Yes, it is cold. To make matters worse, the humidifier we have on our furnace has been broken since last winter (still waiting for hubby to get somebody out here to get it fixed). As you can imagine, my house is super dry. I normally have dry skin, so the dry heat kicking on every ten minutes is not helping matters any.

Now, a product that I found that has helped is Vaseline Clinical Therapy.  They tested this on people who live in Alaska.  If it works for them, it definitely is going to work here.  I love that this is prescription strength moisturizer that I can buy over the counter.  This is exactly what I needed.  It also immediately increases your skin hydration by five times as soon as you apply it and locks in that moisturizer for 24 hours.  I also love that is helps heal extremely dry skin (ummm that would be my feet especially my heels) in 5 days.  It also in nongreasy and hypoallergenic.  As I have written many times on here, I am allergic to life itself, so I really need products that aren’t going to react to my skin.  It also comes fragrenced and unfragrenced.  In my house, this is helpful too, because my husband has an allergy to fragrences (I can’t even wear perfume!).

If you are needing some relief from your dry skin too, I’ll be giving away two bottles of the Vaseline Clinical Therapy to one lucky winner!  Here’s what you need to do:

Each of these gives you one entry:

1. Leave a comment on this post. Check out the Vaseline Clinical Therapy site and tell me why you’d love to try this on your dry skin.

2. Twitter about this contest. Please leave me your username so I can verify. Or use something like this:

RT @blm03 is giving away some Vaseline Clinical Therapy lotion to help you get rid of your dry skin. http://urlbrief.com/830cac

3. Stumble this post. If you don’t know what Stumble Upon is, please read Lori’s post at Blogging Cents. She explains it extremely well.

4. Add this post to other social media sites like Digg, Kirtsy, Blogging Zoom, Reddit, Propeller, Etc. (1 entry for each social network).

Each of these gives you 5 additional entries,

1. Blog about this on your blog. Please give me the URL, so I can verify.

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This giveaway will end on January 23 at 8:00 pm CST is available to US residents. Good luck!

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230 thoughts on “Vaseline Clinical Therapy”

  1. I've heard so many great things about this product…….I've looked for it several times while shopping and it;s been sold out……..it's winter in Minnesota, and everyone has dry skin…….me included!

  2. I already have been using Vaseline Cocoa Butter Lotion on my dry skin and it works OK. I'd like to see if the Vaseline Therapy would work better on my dry legs, hands, and feet.

  3. Vaseline is an old, established company with a reputation for healthy, safe products. My skin is very dry and this sounds like a winner to me. 😀

  4. I would love to use this on my dry abused winter skin. Hiking, snowboarding and dog sledding is rough on my skin and I would love to try this.

  5. Thank you for introducing me to the Vaseline Clinical Therapy site. Seems as if everyone is a good candidate for Vaseline Clinical Therapy since weather, hand washing and other factors create a need for the product.

    Thanks for the contest. Best wishes for a happy & prosperous 2009!

  6. Sad to say, I am about to turn 37 and I live in Texas. Which means that I used to lay out and tan all day. Which also means my skin is not as soft and dewy as it used to be. In fact, it is all dry and dull looking. It makes me sad and I am trying everything to change it.

  7. seriously no matter where in the USA you are living right now- its wet and cold and windy most places and they just need to drop bottles from the air and provide relief

  8. I would like to use this because my hands are severely chapped from winter. This weather is much colder than it was last year & my hands ache. I am constantly itching them & that hurts too. Mother nature is not nice!

  9. Oh man, my winter skin is so dry it HURTS! Plus, all flakey and icky! Gross! Vaseline – HELP! 🙂 I love their products!

  10. I'm diabetic, and I have MS. My skin is so dry and feels so uncomfortable. I would like to feel like I have real skin again…

  11. My husband works in the food industry and has to wash his hands often and they get really dry. This lotion would help to soften them up.

  12. my skin is always so dry that I use lotions constantly. I would love to try this & see if it really lasts & makes a difference.

  13. wintertime is harsh on my skin, it gets very dry. im in wisconsin so its pretty darn cold here. thanks for the chance to win this great lotion

  14. I would like to win these for my husband whose job has him going from outside to inside many times a day reaking havock on his hands and my son whose hands alway seem to dry out and crack in the winter months.

  15. Help!! Please let me try Vaseline Clinical Therapy on my thirsty skin! I live in the Rocky Mountains and the severe cold is drying out my skin and it's become red and chapped and sensitive! Thank you for the contest!

  16. I work in a bookstore, where handling all those books just seems to suck the moisture right out of my hands-I will keep a bottle of this at work. Thanks!

  17. We have horribly dry sky in my house as well! Vaseline lotions are usually great, so I'd love to try this. My brother also lives in Chicago — I don't envy you! 🙂

  18. I would love to have this for my dry hands. I wash my hands often as I have a lot of pets and they become quite dry. Thanks for the terrific giveaway!

  19. i would love to try this because my skin is so dry and itchy in the winter i scratch it until it becomes raw and bleeding. I have no will power =( I really need this to help my itchy skin.

  20. I would like to try the Vaseline Clinical Therapy on my dry skin because it is so itchy and the Vaseline Clinical Therapy has been shown to reduce itching in 3 days.

  21. We've been remodeling. I haven't had a kitchen since summer. My hands aren't used to washing dishes by hand. Now thats its winter my hands are worst. Would really love to try. Please enter me, thank you

  22. We love Vaseline lotions, it's one of the few brands that Dylan and Ethan can use with their eczema. They've had good luck with the Vaseline Intensive Skin Sensitve Skin in the past and I've been meaning to get this new stuff to try out. I'm sure it will be even better.

  23. DH & I both suffer from dry itchy winter skin but haven't yet found a product that we both like…either too greasy or doesn't last long. This one sound great!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  24. With this dry winter, my hands are always dried out. I wash constantly because I'm a germ freak, so Vaseline would love to moisturize my hands~

  25. Oh, I would love to win this! I walk a lot — barefooted (long story!) and my heels are SO dry that they've cracked and are quite painful. I've tried lots of different lotions, but they only help a little… I bet this would do the trick. 🙂

  26. my son works with chemicals at his job and has very dry hands and has to be careful of what lotion's have in them, this is one on his list.

  27. 1. Dry skin – knuckles, knee caps, name-it 😥
    2. Vaseline – trusted name 😉
    3. Clinical – implies medicinal value 😀
    4. Therapy – what #1 above needs 😮
    5. Triplets – fill in the rest… 😳

  28. In the winter my skin gets really bad dry.
    Especially my hands,elbows and heels.
    I have tried so many other lotions such as Nivea ,Eucerin and Lubriderm.
    But as yet nothing seems to work
    I would so love to try this.
    Thank you so much for offering this wonderful giveaway.

  29. I'd like to try this Vaseline because it claims to be so much more intensive than other lotions. I'd love to see how much better it will work on my winter dry skin.

  30. I would love to try this, because my skin gets super dry in the winter, and most lotions do nothing to help it. I would love to see if this one could bring some moistness back.

  31. i already use it and it's the only lotion that keeps my skin moisturized in the winter, from a brand i trust…or that my parents have trusted since my childhood, lol! 😀

  32. I have always used and liked Vaseline products. My skin is very dry, especially this time of year, so I would love to try this product.

  33. I would love to try this on my skin because I get such dry skin in the winter and most conditioners I've tried only work for a very short time. It must run in the family, though, because my dad suffers from this, too.

  34. I would lke to try this because this year in particular I have really been bothered by dry skin..

    madamerkf at aol dot com

  35. I have horrible dry skin. My hands suffer the most. I'd love to find a lotion that my skin will tolerate and moisturize.

  36. I'd love to try this as my skin can get very dry. My usual lotion is not working the way it used to on my skin. Vaseline Clinical Therapy sounds like a great product.

    Thank you for the giveaway!

  37. I would love to try the Vaseline Clinical Therapy because it increases your skin's hydration by 5 times! I think the entire family will be able to benefit from this! My husband and I have 3 young children and we all suffer from dry skin throughout the year. Much of this is because we spend so much time outdoors in the elements of wind, sun, and cold. During the winter months we are avid skiers and during the warmer months we are out boating, water skiing and swimming. Our skin does take a beating from being so active outdoors. I think knowing that this product is a prescription strength moisturizer it will be able to heal the skin and keep it protected from the elements outdoors much more effectively than the average products out in the marketplace. Thank you for the opportunity to enter.

  38. I subscribed to receive Mobile Updates to your Blog. I think I did this correctly. This was a first time for me doing this! I did receive a confirmation text message from Text Vox so I think it went through okay!

  39. My mother is diabetic and I rub her feet to help with the circulation. This lotion would make her feet soft as well as feel better.

  40. I would like to try this because my feet get so dry in the winter that they crack and hurt. Thanks so much for the contest.
    susan dot lockhart at gmail dot com

  41. My Dad has really rough hands, they are so dry that the skin has cracked in some spots. He could really use something like this.

  42. Would love to try it because sooooo many people rave about it and well with this cold cold cold winter and washing bottles and etc… my skin needs some loving….

  43. Dry, itchy skin is a real problem in winter. I'd love to try this therapy to see if it improves over other products. Thanks for the giveaway.

  44. My skin is extremely dry and itchy. I've had times where I scratched so hard that I left bruises on myself. I could really use this.

  45. This product would be great for my dry skin. It is Hypoallergenic & non-greasy. Ilocks in moiture and it helps heal dry skin.

  46. It promises to reduce itching in 3 days. If it does nothing else it would be a wonderful product. I get so dry and itchy it drives me crazy.

  47. I would love to try this on my dry skin because nothing seems to keep
    the moisture in my skin and this sounds like it might work well .Vaseline
    is a brand I trust.Thanks for the giveaway 😀

  48. I too have heater-burned dry skin from the dryness of our indoor heating. I have to go outside, too, so my skin gets raw. I would like to try the therapy lotion, and would share this with my husband.

  49. I just went and bought it two days ago. Actually after I read this site at 12.00 at night 😀 . So, I went and bought and I claim- it is a wonderful product. Thank you very much for information and letting me know about it. And thank you Vaseline very very much ❗ !

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In April 2006, Lisa began blogging to stay connected with distant relatives and friends. As she delved into blogging, she discovered the potential to assist others by sharing her experiences. Lisa has actively engaged in numerous exclusive media ventures. Notable among these are her participation in events such as the Sony Mommy Bloggers Event, the Pampers Mommy Bloggers Event, the Epson Event in Chicago, the Stouffers Event, a memorable yacht excursion with Lands End, collaborations with 1-800-Baskets, an exclusive tour for bloggers by Mrs. Prindable’s, partnerships with Hallmark, PopCap games, Chicago Cubs Mastercard Priceless Events, and Rug Doctor. In addition, she has collaborated with Nutrisystem on a weight loss initiative, teamed up with Buick and Chevy, and served as a brand ambassador for Sprint. Lisa's collaboration portfolio also extends to Disney, where she has participated in press trips for significant movies such as Frozen, Guardians of the Galaxy, McFarland USA, The Good Dinosaur, The BFG, and Cars 3. Notably, for projects like Frozen, The BFG, and Cars 3, she was granted the privilege of walking the red carpet and conducting interviews with celebrities. The impact of Lisa's blog has gained recognition, with The New York Times referencing her content. Moreover, she has been featured in interviews by respected publications such as the Southtown Star, The Chicago Sun Times, and inside.View Author posts

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